Lets see your Yank tanks!

Lets see your Yank tanks!

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novanut64

44 posts

184 months

Wednesday 21st February
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roscobbc

3,479 posts

245 months

Wednesday 21st February
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novanut64 said:
Looks good Paul - didn't know you'd got it finished and using it!

ratrod 2

1,129 posts

12 months

Wednesday 21st February
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novanut64 said:
Stunning work of art ,looks like a mobile jukebox and makes a nice change to have the red and white the other way round. scratchchin

sidewinder500

1,251 posts

97 months

Thursday 22nd February
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novanut64 said:
Aah, finally someone built my model car...

SRT Hellcat

7,073 posts

220 months

Thursday 22nd February
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novanut64 said:
very very nice. Enjoy smile

Baggie austin

161 posts

87 months

Sunday 25th February
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TREMAiNE said:
Love these... How do they drive?
What are ownerships costs like?
They drive ok, have to remember they are still quite big even in single cab
Tail happy, and as they are big you don't realise how quick you are going.

Thirsty as it gets, but that's not a surprise
Insured mine with the blower for £650, general maintenance is not horrendous, gets more pricey for non service parts as you pay the Viper tax, not all places ship to UK as well which limits you.

WelshnThirsty

642 posts

254 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Had this RAM Power Wagon for a year now.

Lots of fun. Huge truck.


alabbasi

2,538 posts

90 months

Tuesday 5th March
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WelshnThirsty said:
Had this RAM Power Wagon for a year now.

Lots of fun. Huge truck.

The Welsh countryside really is spectacular

WelshnThirsty

642 posts

254 months

Wednesday 6th March
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alabbasi said:
WelshnThirsty said:
Had this RAM Power Wagon for a year now.

Lots of fun. Huge truck.

The Welsh countryside really is spectacular
Yes, it has not rained in that part of Wales for a bit.

With the size of that truck, I think it would struggle in Wales!

Ritchie335is

1,868 posts

205 months

Sunday 19th May
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Attended a local Ford show a couple of weeks ago, so a day of cleaning and polishing was in order.
Both came up quite well, it was well overdue.



SRT Hellcat

7,073 posts

220 months

Sunday 19th May
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I do love a Lightning. Great and very useable trucks

DodgyGeezer

41,278 posts

193 months

Sunday 19th May
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SRT Hellcat said:
I do love a Lightning. Great and very useable trucks
100% great fun too

Ritchie335is

1,868 posts

205 months

Sunday 19th May
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DodgyGeezer said:
SRT Hellcat said:
I do love a Lightning. Great and very useable trucks
100% great fun too
They are great I love mine, apart from the fuel economy.

DodgyGeezer

41,278 posts

193 months

Sunday 19th May
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Ritchie335is said:
DodgyGeezer said:
SRT Hellcat said:
I do love a Lightning. Great and very useable trucks
100% great fun too
They are great I love mine, apart from the fuel economy.
hehe I recall I was averaging about 13 (loving the S/C whine obviously didn't help yes )

FIREBIRDC9

743 posts

140 months

Monday 17th June
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Ritchie335is said:
Attended a local Ford show a couple of weeks ago, so a day of cleaning and polishing was in order.
Both came up quite well, it was well overdue.

Someone i know has a vast collection of 50 cars. She's got supercars , classics and all sorts!

Her favourite is her F150 Lightning!